Man accused of Hook petrol station knife point robbery makes first court appearance

David Mortimer will appear at Kingston Crown Court on February 3

David Mortimer will appear at Kingston Crown Court on February 3

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A man from Chessington accused of robbing a women at a cashpoint by threatening her with a knife will appear at Kingston Crown Court next month.

David Mortimer, 24, of Newlands Way, was charged on Sunday of robbery and possession of a knife at the Ace of Spades Shell garage in Hook Rise on Wednesday, January 15.

He was also charged with a similar knife point robbery in Claremont Road, Surbiton, on the same day.

Mr Mortimer appeared at Wimbledon Magistrates Court on Monday, where the case was referred to Kingston Crown Court.

He will next appear on February 3.

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